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Fall 2007
Pitt Magazine

THE COMPANY WE KEEP
A surge of progress has placed Pitt in exceptional company. Here’s a look at how well we’re doing, even among the best nationwide. »

Features

WONDERLUST

 

An urban-studies graduate finds himself on a barren hillside in Honduras, trying to help strangers in a desolate town. What to do? He takes his cues from Pitt, the Peace Corps, and some seeds of hope. »

SMART DRIVE
  Tonya Groover attracted attention as a budding entrepreneur when she was still a teenager. Now, as a Pitt alumnus and computer scientist, she’s addressing a growing national problem with help from today’s teens. »

DANGER ZONE

  As flu season arrives, so may renewed concerns about the possible emergence of a future, global killer virus. Donald S. Burke, dean of Pitt’s Graduate School of Public Health, has made a career of hunting dangerous viruses. He knows the
perils and the promise. »
 




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